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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dx (group) Plc LSE:DX. London Ordinary Share GB00BJTCG679 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 2.38% 21.50 21.00 22.00 21.60 21.00 21.20 1,186,516 11:23:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 329.3 -1.3 -0.3 - 123

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17/9/2020
10:44
"Working capital increased significantly by GBP13.3 million in the year, mostly because of the deferred payments referred to above." Sorry ? Working capital increased because they owe more money in deferred payments? WTF? So that deferral has added to cash - tick - current assets But it must also be in current liabilities - you still owe it and its not a long term liability Who writes this stuff ?
fenners66
17/9/2020
09:50
This a recovery play which will turn into a takeover play. It's not a value play, so just applying a P/E to current earnings isn't going to tell you a lot.
stemis
17/9/2020
09:26
I scanned down to the stat results bit and thought I might be able to judge the business by this line "Underlying operating profit was GBP2.2 million (2019: GBP0.2 million)" after all that is what the "underlying" term is supposed to be used for. But then the P&L says Underlying profit 2.2m Less - amortisation -0.3 can't escape that Less - share based payments -1.2 Wtf if you paid cash that would be in already ! Less - Finance costs -0.4 Doh ! of course Profit before tax £0.3m ! wow... happy days But ... Tax £-0.5m So actually a Loss of £0.2m Market cap £110m so a P/E ratio of -550...
fenners66
17/9/2020
08:57
More of the same spin ... "Operating cash flow was very strong at GBP16.9 million (2019: GBP3.2 million) " Wow ! Fantastic ! well done .... but at least they did not hide the next bit "supported by GBP10.4 million of agreed payment deferrals (mainly VAT)" Oh! If payments had been deferred at the year end of an ordinary year - there would be questions as to whether this was just window dressing the balance sheet. Its not a normal year - but bragging about £13.7m improvement when at least £10.4m is just deferred is more BS. Its the f'king spin I hate - not just here but any set of accounts. To accept the headlines is just being led like a sheep - but who can be bothered to read past just the headlines ?
fenners66
17/9/2020
08:52
I have not gone through the results properly yet - But I hate seeing headlines based upon "Adjusted Anything " as it all to often these days is just BS. so DX Freight ..... EBITDA loss for the year was reduced by 85% to GBP1.2 million (2019: loss of GBP7.8 million). This substantial advancement was mainly driven by the expansion and improvements in productivity of our 1-Man service, and the division achieved EBITDA profitability of GBP0.7 million So trumpeting the EBITDA - what an achievement........ BUT "TRANSITION TO IFRS 16 'LEASES' "The impact on the income statement has meant that EBITDA has significantly increased. " "The depreciation charge has also increased significantly along with additional amounts being charged to interest." So again I have not read everything but on glancing those to bits of info stood out It seems its just spin ! BS EBITDA based upon IFRS16 FFS !
fenners66
17/9/2020
08:44
They look very good compared to 2018 and wonderful compared to 2017. It's not so much where they are now that is excellent, it is the direction and speed of travel.
effortless cool
17/9/2020
08:30
Just glanced at the results, everton what looks very good about them to you ?
fenners66
17/9/2020
08:04
Just one to tuck away. I expect this to be taken out at 30-40p sometime in the next few years to give the management team an exit.
stemis
17/9/2020
06:31
Results look very good. One to add and hold DYOR
everton448
10/9/2020
07:36
And more to come.
babbler
10/9/2020
07:29
Good rns this morning, expansion of network.
scottishfield
16/7/2020
05:18
Bluebird13, I am a shareholder and I advise you to read the previous posts particularly regarding director's share purchases. No one knows the company better than they do. There are charts of the share price over time at the top of this page. Below the charts are the company fundamentals. Below that is company news which you click on to read. I am gobsmacked that someone can buy a share and then be surprised that the price can change. That has got to be a wind-up, but you never know in modern Britain.
davidspringbank
14/7/2020
22:39
In fairness I should also say I’m talking about this on Twitter https://twitter.com/rhomboid1mf/status/1283161308293210112?s=21 ..no offence intended
rhomboid
14/7/2020
22:35
No I’m an interested observer but not a shareholder...I̵7;ve no idea about the direction of the share price...your only clue is the performance of the business...you would be best concentrating on that as the share price is simply a volatile lagging indicator of that & probably best ignored In the short term
rhomboid
14/7/2020
22:18
Rhomboid Thanks for your advice, I think I'm beginning to realise that now and that's it's not that easy. Have you got shares in DX and if so what is your opinion on the share price direction? Thsnks
bluebird13
14/7/2020
22:05
Nobody can predict share prices....you need to think about the way the business is performing imho..as that is the thing you bought a piece of Best of luck
rhomboid
14/7/2020
21:47
Hi, I'm new to shares and have bought into DX as a recent forecast was for the so to go from 14p to 30p. However,I'm confused because the share price dipped on 14 July by 1p despite the company having posted positive trading results. Why would the share price dip following such a positive trading report? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
bluebird13
06/7/2020
16:21
Nice volume
my retirement fund
03/7/2020
19:59
found it here DX (Group) https://tinyurl.com/v5eoyq9 brokers have set a 30p objective price In a 39-page ‘rebuilding profitability’ research note, brokers Liberum Capital have become very bullish of the prospects for this delivery group – they are forecasting a price rise to 30p, compared to the current 14.75p.
jimsyone
03/7/2020
15:13
I think this team have / are doing a Grest job Tiger
castleford tiger
02/7/2020
18:11
Well turnover is heading for £350m, so high single digit or even double digit earning margins would deliver earnings of £30-35m. Current market cap at 15p is £86m. Draw your own conclusions...
stemis
02/7/2020
15:11
Life O' Reilly here just bought in... Amongst attractive company fudamentals I also was persuaded by this commentary to invest : 'Analysts at Liberum hiked their target price on British logistics outfit DX from 14.0p to 30.0p on Wednesday, stating the group had executed "a remarkable turnaround". Liberum said since DX's current management team arrived on the scene back in October 2017, the group had been refinanced and rescued as its financial performance recovered "to the brink of breakeven". While Liberum said it was still examining the options for rebuilding profitability and pursuing growth, it said DX had weathered the Covid-19 crisis so far, but highlighted that it felt the group's valuation did not reflect the structural progress to date or the potential for further improvement. The broker, which also reiterated its 'buy' rating on the group, believes underlying earnings margins could reach "high single-digit levels" on a three-year view, and possibly double-digit levels long term. "We believe the recovery has been driven by revenue growth, rather than cost-cutting, suggesting the improvements to date are both sustainable and repeatable," said the analysts. Liberum added that DX's forecast improvement in profitability was expected to be accompanied by a similar improvement and inflexion in free cash flow. "In our view, this drives an attractive equity-free cash flow yield towards the end of our forecast period, as well as supporting our DCF valuation."
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